Dress rehearsal

Malony, David
November 2006
Total Telecom Magazine;Nov2006, p7
Trade Publication
The article focuses on next generation networking (NGN) in Great Britain. Cardiff, Wales has been chosen by BT to light the first part of its 21st Century Network which is said to be Europe's pioneering next generation network, the one that will set the standard for other NGN and their operators. The fact is, NGN operators need end-to-end standards if they are to finish the job of building end-to-end all-Internet protocol networks.


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